Kipp Youngman has been an employee of UPS for the last 28 years. This not only afforded him the chance to see Vermont, but it also helped him get more familiar with the company’s clientele.
As a result of the increased demand for deliveries that occurred during the epidemic, he went to the same households a greater number of times. It was at this time that he found out about Max Finn, a young child with autism who is also a fan of UPS. Max Finn is 14 years old.
Youngman made the discovery that the youngster had been going to Halloween parties dressed as a delivery person for UPS. He said that “he wants to be a UPS guy, so I mean, yeah, why not just support him” as a response to the query.
He found a method to make the youngster happy despite the firm’s severe regulations on supplying UPS uniforms to people who are not already employed by the organization. He was amazed by Finn’s affection for the UPS man suit.
One day, Youngman made a special delivery to Finn’s residence in the form of a large box stuffed to the brim with merchandise from UPS. Toy delivery trucks, winter hats, and vests were among the items that Finn seemed to like playing with the most.
The child’s grin was adorable, and his expression of gratitude was evident as he offered Youngman a warm bear hug.
Wendy Radcliff, Finn’s mother, said that her son has always had a fascination with trucks and that he gets quite thrilled whenever he comes across one. When Finn hears Kipp’s vehicle drive up in front of their home, he immediately rushes to the front door.
He never fails to welcome him, and although though Finn never expresses it, Radcliff can see that he has a lot of respect for Youngman.
This has been a very satisfying experience for Youngman all around. Over the years, he has delivered a great number of valuable presents, but he has never received a response as precious as Finn’s.